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Sunday, 02 October 2016





Marriage Proposals
Government Gazette

PM makes announcement in Auckland:

NEW law to replace PTA

Visits Auckland Zoo to see elephant Anjalee:

Official talks with New Zealand PM Key:

Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe during discussions with his New Zealand counterpart John Kay, implied that the government is ready to discuss the counter- terrorism law in place of the Prevention of Terrorism Act (PTA). He made these statements in discussions with the New Zealand Prime Minister in respect of repealing the PTA.


Invisible, and still in the offing :

Anti Govt. alliance under MR?

The talk of the town now is the emergence of a new political party by the SLFP MPs in the Joint Opposition (JO) who are backing former President Mahinda Rajapaksa. Amid media speculation that the new party will be formed on October 8, JO front liners say there is no truth in it and that what has been planned for October 8 at Ratnapura is a meeting to protest against the removal,

Ethno-politics and Sri Lankaís future

The protest march, Ezhuga Thamizh (Arise Tamils) organised by the Northern Province Chief Minister the previous Saturday has stirred up a hornetís nest. Even after a week, the widespread condemnation of his actions by the moderates across the divide is yet to cease. All main political parties took turns to express displeasure and outrage at his actions for rousing Northern Tamils and inciting communal feelings in the minds of communities,

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